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Metaphor
from shipwreck, I. i. 36

navigation to superlative
excellence, O. iii. 43; N.
iii. 21; I. v. 12

Metaphor
from storm-cloud to war, warrior,

N. ix, 38, x. 9; I. iii. 35,
iv. 49, vi. 27
air to inspiration, O. vi.

83

Swimming, Drowning.
from swimming to passing

through life*, 0. xiii. 114
coming to shore to succeed-

ing, N. iv. 38
swimming to striving a-
gainst a sea of enemies,
N. iv. 37
water to silence, I. iv. 51 ;

F. 225
cork that floats above a net
to the poet (simile), P. ii.
79

STREAMS, FLOODS.
from streams to poetry, N. vii.

12
flood to song, O. xi. 10
rolling pebbles to censure,

0. xi. 9
torrent to calamity, 0. xi.

37
water quenching fire to song

quelling envy, N. i. 24

SUNDRY.
from battle-cry,' to battle, host,

P. i. 72; N. iii. 60, ix. 35;

I. vi. 10; F. 192
bridle to anchor, P. iv. 25
of devouring fire, N. ix. 23
from fire and whip to passion,

P. iv. 219
kicking to smoke rising, I.

iii. 84
mirror to poetic commemo-

ration, N. vii. 14
music, O. ix. 39
nails to compulsion, P. iv.

71
Oriôn following Peiads to

certain sequence (simile),
N. ii. 10
repetition of Διός Κόρινθος
to repetition in poetry

(simile), N. vii. 105
sandal to state, 0. vi. 8 (cf.

Herod. vi. 2, Jebb)
smoke to envy, detraction,

&c., N. i. 24
σκυτάλη to messenger, Ο.

vi. 91
‘spell' to bridle, 0. xiii. 85
stain to disgrace, 0, iv. 17,

viii. 68 (? Jebb)
stone to spiteful speech, O.

viii. 55
voting pebble to evidence,
0. vii. 87; to stêlê, P. iv.
265
a wheel (of fortune), O. ii.

21
middle in passive sense, oxéobal,

P. i. 10
milky way, Alòs ódóv, O. ii. 70;

F. 73
moral qualities ascribed to beasts,

N. i. 63
Muses' song, N. v. 22
music, Greek, O. vii. 12

WEATHER.

from calm to peaceful life, P. v.

10
cloud to forgetfulness, O.

vii. 45
breeze to song, N. vi. 29
breezes to turns of fortune,

0. vii. 95; P. iv. 292; I.
iii. 23
blighting wind to misfor-

tune, P. v. 112
storm to mental disturb-
ance, P. ix. 32

* Dr Scott's emendation, which I accept,
does away with this figure. He accepts åua
and reads κούφοισι νικήσαι for κούφοισιν
εκνεύσαι, and in the next line αιεί δίδους for
ai&w 8.dows (MSS.).

myrtle, sacred to the dead, I. iii.

87, vii. 67

17; P. ii. 11, 59, v. 67, viii. 99;
N. vii. 31, ix. 14, 22, x. 38, 53;

I. i. 29
order, proper name between article
and participle, 0. xiii. 53

proper name, peculiar position
of, I, iv. 49, v. 18

Negative, applied emphatically to

one word, N. i. 18, viii. 37
neuter acc. adj. after verb of

looking,' seeing,' P. ii. 20; N.
iv. 39, vii. 66

(predicative) with fem.
subs. I. vi. 22
- plur. pronoun referring to ad.
jectives, P. i. 40

noun with plur. verb, O.
viii. 12, xi. 85; P. i. 13, iv. 121 ;

I. iv. 12, vii. 47; F. 53. 14
nominative for vocative, P. i. 92;

N. iii, 76

object suppressed, O. ii. 10; P. ii.

17. iv. 70; N. iv. 11, 36, vii. 23
offering without fire, O. vii. 48 (cf.

Aesch. Ag. 70; Genesis iv. 3)
olive crowns at the Panathênaea, N.

x. 34

Olympia personified, O. viii. 1
optative with ei in protasis, P. viii.
13

ke in relative clause with
pres. indic. in apodosis, N. iv. 8

without äv v. av omitted
order, connection of consecutive

beginnings or ends of two verses,
0. vii. 13, 15, viii. 77, ix. 13, xi.
28, xiii. 1; P. ix. 23, xi. 32; N.
iii. 68, iv. 1, vi. 37 ; I. iii. 70, iv.
9, 19, 43, v. 28, 39, vi. 46, vii. 28,
49

connection of beginning or
ends of two lines though a line
intervene (v. I. iii. 36), I. vi. 12;
P.iv. 214

enclitic between rv and parti-
ciple, O. viii. 33

preposition and case,
N. vii. 42, viii. 18, (?) P. ii. 66

irregular, 0. i. 17 (?), vii. 53 ;
P. iv. 106 (v. I. iii. 36); N. i.
24, X. 72 ; I. vii. 70; F. 100.
8,9

où at end of clause emphatic,
0. vii. 48

preposition between two cou.
pled cases, O. vii. 12, vii. 47, ix.

Panathênaic vases, N. x. 36
participle, active, used as gerun.
dive, N. xi. 42

adjectival use of, N. iv. 29, vii.
65, x. 18; I. i. 31, iii. 5, 37

as in Thuk. i. 20, § 2 (Shilleto)
N. viii. 38; I. v. 14, vi. 40

coupled with finite verb, 0. i.
13, 14; N. xi. 45; I. i. 14

case changed to accusative v.
accusative

for ei with optat. P. x. 62

genitive absolute without noun
v. genitive abs.

of gnomic aorist v. aorist

of gnomic aorist, Opakévtes, N.
vii. 3

sign, cause, N. iii. 16

with change of case, 0. i. 10
- with oủ öpášetal, I. i. 68 (cf.

ίσθι) )
particular apodosis to general pro-

tasis, P. xi. 54, 55
pentathlon, Introductory essay. N.

vii. Introd. ( spear - throwing'
should be placed before discus-

hurling)
perfect denoting permanent effect

or continuance of past action, 0.
i. 53, 94; N. iii. 84, viii. 25, ix.

41; I. iii. 3
personal constr. with part. for im-

pers. with acc. and inf. 0. is.

103; N. vi. 2, ix. 6; I. vii. 12
personal pron. omitted v. ein
Phlegra, N. iv. 27; I. v. 33
Pindar's (apparent) Medism, F. 86
Pindaric hendecasyllables, F. 93,

94
Pindaricus versus, F. 11 A
place of action synonymous with

action, N. i. 1 note
pleonasm, N. iii. 34
plural adj. “it is,' P. i. 34; N. iv.

71, viii, 4

plural, in allusion to one person, O.

ix. 56 ; N. i. 58; I. iv. 43; F. 53.
10

verb with neuter plural v.
neuter
possessive dative v. dative
predicate, extension of, v. extension,

prolepsis
predicative adjective, emphatic, N.

x. 32; I. i. 17, ii. 12
preposition and case after nouns,

0. i. 94, viii. 9; P. vi. 18
present historic v. historic

prophetic, O. viii. 42; P.iv. 49

subjunctive after orav of past
time in orat. obliqua, N. i. 68
prolepsis, 0. i. 68, ii. 22, iii. 16, vi.

63, xii. 2; P. i. 51, 65, ii. 26, iv.

194; N. i. 43; I. vi. 29
Pythagoras' doctrine of mean, P. ii.

34

subject, late position of, 0. xi. 30,

34, xiii. 17; P. ii. 41, xii. 17; I.

v. 30, 35, 40, vii. 16
subject of dependant clause made

object of princ. clause, 0. xiv. 20
substantives compounded of prepo-

sition and subst. O. vii. 61
suppression of cival, O. vü. 23; N.
V. 9, 10

μάλλον, with verb of
wishing, choice, N. x. 58

ó (oi) Mèv v. Ó MÈv

τίν τε in explaining
αμφοίν, Ι. iv. 19

pron. with ein v. eln
synizesis, O. i. 5

Relative, neuter plural, with defi-

nite antecedent, O. i. 16 (cf. x. 8);
P. ii. 75, iii. 18, vi. 21; N. ix. 9;
F. 176

Three libations, I. v. 2
tmesis, O. i. 17(?), 90, vii. 43, 44,

viii. 32, xiii. 59, 60; P. iv. 34,
xi. 14 ; N. iii. 24, 67, vii. 68, ix.
8, 33; x. 71, xi. 30; I. ii. 29, vi.

30, vii. 14, 58; F. 65. 5, 99. 8
transition indicated by éyw v. éru
transposition in mss, N. ii. 17

(Triclin. otokálw marwd.); I. iii. 82
Triopean deities (Herod. I. 141),

Apollo, Poseidôn, Hâdês, Dé.
mêter, Korê, Nymphs, 0. i.
Introd.

Sacrificers, position of, 0. iï. 19
schema Alcmanicum, 0. v. 15; P.
x. 10; N. x. 48

Pindaricum, 0. x. 6; P. x. 71,
F. 53. 15—18, 224
seasons, N. v. 6
showers of gold, F. 96. 4
sibilants, consecutive avoided, O.
xii. 10; I. iii. 17, note

in Greek, F. 57 A
simile v. metaphor
sing. for plur. állos, N. iv. 39 v.

Virtues, division of, 0. i. 89; N.

iii. 72
vowel, variation of radical, P. i. 45

Wrestling terms, N. iv. 93

Zeta, F. 57 A, note
zeugma, O. i. 88,(?), ix. 6, xiii. 22;

P. i. 40 (? Jebb), viii. 20; N. viii.
3, x. 25; I. v. 47

TLS

spring' derived, N. v. 21

INDEX OF QUOTATIONS FROM AND REFERENCES TO

CLASSICAL GREEK AUTHORS FOUND IN THIS
VOLUME.

1053;

210;

Aeschylos Ag. 10, 210, 1503; N.

viii. 46
97; N. xi, 45; I. i.

14
104—119; N. ix. 18
177; I. i. 40
225; N. iii. 12, xi. 16
237; I. v. 2
483; I. iii. 69
666 (P.); N. vi. 15
869 ; N. vi. 16
926 (P.); N. iv. 58
942; N. iv. 15
1123; I. ii. 83
1154 ; N. vii. 50

1588 (P.); I. i. 46
Choeph. 84; N. iii. 25

305; N. iv. 30
438; N. viii. 38
471 (P.); I. vii. 5
547; N. xi. 45
630; I. iii. 69
685 (P.); N. iv. 2
948; N. vii. 48
961; N. iv. 38
965; N. iii. 12

989; I. ii. 38
Eum. 104; F. 109

107; N. viii. 46
108; I. iii. 85
684; I. vii. 45
729; I. v. 2

740; N. ix. 18
Pers. 28; N. iii. 40

430; I. iii. 56
616; N. ix. 52

N. ix. 43
913; I. i. 46

Aeschylos Pers. 968; N. iv. 36

I. vii. 25
P.V. 18; N. v. 32
85; N. iii. 83

I. iv. 1
228; N. xi. 1
285; I. iii. 23
405 ; I. iii. 69
445; I. üi. 53
559; N. v. 27
660; N. iü. 46
665; N. x. 25
786,7 (P.), 941; I. vii.

35
837; N. ix. 41

865; N. x. 5
Sept. 13; N. iii. 67

593; N. x. 11

614 (P.); I. vii. 45
Suppl. 26

46; I. v. 46
196, 269 (P); I. v.

58
458; N. ïï. 67
973 (P.); N. viii. 1

996; N. v. 8
Alkaeos Frag. 50; I. ii. 9

61; I. ii. 5
Alkmân Frag. 1; N. iii. 10

Frag. 2 [31]; N. ii. 2

Frag. 50 [60]; N. vii. 87
Anacreontea (Bergk) 22 [20]; I. vii.

10
Apollônios Rhodios i. 153; N. x. 61

iv. 797; I. vii.

35
Aratos Phaen. 1 ; N. ii. 2
Archilochos Frag. 53 [45]; I. vii. 14

640;

1039;

x. 30

Archilochus Frag. 64 [40]; N. iv. 71

88 [6]; N. i. 63

98 [65]; N. ix, 21
Aristophanês Ach. 571; N. iv. 37

673; F. 54. 1
1079; N. iv. 71 ;

I. i. 64, v. 7

1233; N. i. 16, 11
Eccl. 828; N. vii. 104
Eq. 37 ; N.

503; I. i. 62

1015; N. vii. 50
Nub. 1025; N. vii. 23

1047; N. iv, 37
Lys. 1110; N. iv. 35
Pac. 232; N. xi. 24

733; N. vii. 50
797; I. vii. 8

831; N, vii. 76
Plut. 981, 992; N. i.

56
Ran. 281 ; N. ix. 43

F. 73. 1
439; N. vii. 104

551, 554; I. vii.

Vesp. 588; N. xi. 11
Aristotelės Nic. Eth. i. 3; N. iii. 75

v. 8; N. iv. 30
Pol. I. 2; N. vii. 42
το αντιπεπονθος; Ν. Χί.

42

289;

Euripidês El. 143; N. x. 67

323, 512; I. iii. 87
442; I. i. 23
939; I. iii. 6

1080; I. vii. 69
Hec. 933; N. i. 50
Hel. 255; N. vii. 6
274; N. x. 78

N. iv. 28
1449; I. vi. 12, 13
Heracl. 802, 860; N. iv. 28

- 974; I. iii. 53
Herc. F. 20, 847 ; I. iii. 75

62; N. xi. 43
179; I. i. 62
470; N. iv. 59
676; I. vii. 6
677; N. iv. 17
785; I. v. 72
871; I. i. 1

1238; N. viii. 3
Hipp. 67, 1092; N. x. 38

537; I. iii. 80
651; N. vi, 3

1203; N. i. 43
Ion. 11–13; N. ix. 41

475, 922; N, üi. 56
572; N. i. 8
600; N. vii. 59
639; N. i. 31
666 ; N. x. 25
818; N. x. 86

N. iv. 28
1514; N. vi. 7
Iph. in A. 239; N. x. 1

716, 717 ; I. vii. 44
Iph. in T. 81; Í. i. 57

435; N. iv. 49
676; N. vii. 59
1009; N. X. 86
1161; N. v. 50

1350; N. viii. 37
Med. 297; I. i. 41

315; N. ix. 2
810; I. i. 46

N. ix. 47
1133; N. i. 40
Orest. 263; I. iii. 72

265; N. iv. 37
566-570 ; I. i. 44
975; N. i. 33

1654—6; N. vii. 42
Phoen. 571, 573; I. v. 31

1241;

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Euripidês Alc. 118; F. 213. 2

177; I. iii. 87, vii.

45

663; N. xi. 15
Andr. 16, 1260; N. iv.

49
650; I. ii. 41
1085; N. vii. 42

1247; N. iv. 51
Bacch. 100; I. v. 46

708; N. iii. 77
722; I. iii. 85
743; N. i. 50
877—881; N. v. 22
893; I. i. 45

I. iii. 72
Cycl. 335; I. vi. 40

1077 ;

1206 ;

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